Coral and turquoise
These two contrasting colors are pretty both by themselves and matched together. This unique combo is especially perfect for spring and summer weddings. Coral is a bold hue and is wonderfully feminine without being too girly. In other words, it’s a great alternative to bright pink. And with coral, you can go modern, vintage or chic! Turquoise is often used for tropical nuptials and creates visions of paradise associated with the sea and the sky. Just look at these coral blooms with turquoise detailing on the vases.
Cobalt blue and yellow
You would think that two such vibrant colors would be too much on the eyes when paired together, but quite the opposite is true. They stand out so well against each another, and neither of the shades overpowers the other. This couple opted to put together a cobalt blue and yellow centerpiece with floating yellow blooms and bright blue beads sitting at the bottom of the vase.
Periwinkle and lilac
These two colors are very similar in hue, but they actually work stunningly well together. Sometimes matching shades blend well because they play off of each another. For this wedding color palette, don’t be afraid to use both colors in things like your bouquet, eye makeup and reception table decor. I love this floral arrangement, which uses a combination of periwinkle, lilac, white and green.
Pink and yellow
If you’re after a bright, summery wedding, this is definitely a color palette that you should consider. Pink and yellow form a stark contrast to really help your wedding decor stand out in a beautiful way. Have the groom sport a pink tie with a yellow boutonniere or choose a variety of pink and yellow blooms to carry down the aisle they’ll look great against a white gown.
Which unexpected color combination is your favorite? Share your thoughts with us!